Minister of Justice issues statement on Heyliger’s detention. | SMN News

PHILIPSBURG:— “In the last few weeks, there have been many discussions surrounding Mr. Heyliger. Please note that it is not customary for me or the ministry to react to any investigations whether they are open or closed. As much as I sympathize with his family and any family whose loved ones, parent, child or friend are involved in an investigation that has led to his or her pre-trial detention or incarceration there is a fine line that any minister of justice has to walk to avoid getting personally involved. The minister is responsible for public order and should not

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